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Thomas Cromwell:the untold story of Henry VIII’s most faithful servant by Tracy Borman

Thomas Cromwell:the untold story of Henry VIII’s most faithful servant by Tracy Borman London | Hodder & Stoughton | 2014 | 450 pp. On the Adult Non-Fiction shelves at 920 CRO Summary: Thomas Cromwell was Henry VIII’s right hand man … Continue reading

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Historical Fiction: the Dead are Real

The New Yorker has just published a great profile of Hilary Mantel, author amongstĀ  other titles of Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies. ItĀ discusses the historical fiction genre: The reputation of historical fiction is unstable.[…] It has difficulty distinguishing … Continue reading

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